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#operaplot

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A mad week of work leavened by some frantic operaplotting. Didn’t get to 25, but here’s my offering:

Cherub, I? No. Figaro and Sue got married, Count and Countess stayed married, but Barbarina lost it. #operaplot

Dear Eugene, I love you. Dear Tati, I don’t. BANG! Dear Tati, I love you. Dear Eugene, I don’t. CURTAIN. #operaplot

Beautiful boy on a rope or evil heart on deck? No hope. / You go by the law. Billy hangs and you regret forevermore. #operaplot

Betty is cheating | Lucy is bleating | In comes Honey | Sex and sustainability | Save the day #operaplot

Desperate housewife shags the help, knifes the hubby, knocks off the in-law and ends up in a ditch. Should be on TV. Maybe it is. #operaplot

It’s my party and I’ll die if I want to… #operaplot (a Trav lend from dna creative)

Like the play and the film but with music. #operaplot

Smoking kills. Just ask the woman with the husky voice. #operaplot

2010 was my first year, can’t wait for 2011. Thanks, @missmussel!

(And if by any chance you haven’t heard about operaplot this week, the full story is at http://www.theomniscientmussel.com Watch out, seriously addictive and do not read in a public place or while drinking or both because you might snort and embarrass yourself.

Author: harryfiddler

Harriet Cunningham – aka @harryfiddler — is a freelance writer based in Sydney. Harriet wrote her first novel, about a runaway cat, at the age of 7. In the forty year gap between novel 1 and novel 2 she moved from London to Edinburgh to Sydney, ran an opera company, played violin on the opera house stage and sailed from Gove to Darwin. She is now a music critic and writer, best known as the critic who got banned by Opera Australia. She still hangs out at the Sydney Opera House, is still trying to get that novel published, and still plays the violin.

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  1. Pingback: #Operaplot 2010 Press Clippings | The Omniscient Mussel on Classical Music & Culture - New, Features and Reviews

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